Attempted theft in EXCLUSIVE Clip From FLIGHT 7500; Arriving April 12th

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FLIGHT 7500 is a film we’ve been paying attention to for quite some time. Originally scheduled for an August 2012 release, the thriller in the sky film was postponed time and time again, until now. The folks at Lionsgate are releasing the Ryan Kwanten/Amy Smary-led film on April 12th, and we have a brand new […]

Old Haunts Return When THE HAUNTING OF ALICE D Hits DVD/Digital Video This May

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A good ghost story is hard to find, but thanks to the crew at RLJ Entertainment, Jessica Sonneborn’s THE HAUNTING OF ALICE D is looking to change that, when it hits DVD and digital video on May 3rd. Featuring Juan Riedinger (Narcos), Aaron Massey (Refuge from Storm), Megan Hensley (The Crazies), Al Snow (The Witches of Oz), […]

MASSIVE Scream Factory rundown Review PART ONE: THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE PART 2, VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED, THE HALLOW and More!!

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Let’s be honest here: Scream Factory is a continuous machine, releasing genre favorites and various other films every year, with a strong emphasis on putting out films that horror fans have been dying to see given the deluxe treatment. From the early days of putting out awesome special editions of films like HALLOWEEN III and […]

B.U.F.F. review: KILL YOUR FRIENDS

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In 1996, the British Music Industry accumulated a record number of sales. Like the Yuppies in the 80s on Wall Street, making their greed known far and wide, the music moguls of the UK during the 90s were just as slick, heartless, and dangerously ambitious. Fierce competitions erupted between the music labels, managers, and everyone […]

Review: THE SHELTER

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For every slasher or gore-filled genre entry, I try to keep an eye on films that rely more on your psychological side. It’s a gamble, with most films falling in the category ending up being a rehash of the same ol’ mind-trip that their protagonists go through. Some films however, offer something different, something intellectual […]

Chattanooga Film Fest review: KRISHA

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Taking cues from the best of John Cassavetes, the Trey Edward Shults-helmed KRISHA is a film that is able to transport you to the darkest of family get-togethers. Focusing on a Thanksgiving in which the decade-absent Krisha returns in hopes of reconnecting with a son she abandoned, a sister who has many unresolved issues with […]

Bluray Review: WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO SOLANGE?

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As the then brand-new format of the Digital Versatile Disc began making it presence quite apparent in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, hundreds upon hundreds of horror films that had either been forgotten or banished into obscurity suddenly began to resurface and slowly obtain a devoted audience. Everything from lesser-known slashers and overlooked art-house […]